What Do You Call A Grandmother

Thursday, February 25, 2016

50 Is Not Old | GrandmotherI have 4 wonderful grandchildren! Three of them live in Tennessee, and one lives right next door. I remember the debate I had with the Tennessee gang’s other grandmother, about what we wanted to be called when the first grandchild was born. We finally decided on Nana. She would be Nana Teresa, and I would be Nana Tania. Pretty original, huh?  hahaha50 Is Not Old | Grandmother

When I was a child, most grandmothers were called “granny”, or at least everyone I knew was. I had a granny Lewis and a granny Meadows, once again we were original. Lol! I never even thought anything about the name, it was just what we called them.50 Is Not Old | Grandmother

Granny is what my children called my mother, but they called Joe’s mother, maw maw. I think that was what the children in his family were used to calling their grandmothers. Nowadays, you don’t hear those terms very often. Instead, there are all kind of fancy names for grandmothers.50 Is Not Old | Grandmother

Kris Jenner (Kim Kardashian’s mother) wants to be called Lovey. That is actually a cute name, and not one that you would normally associate with being a grandmother. I know several MiMi’s, a couple of Gee’s, and lot’s of Nana’s. My sister’s daughter calls our mom, “M”. She calls her other grandmother the same thing, so to keep them separate, my mother is “M on the mountain”, and the other grandmother is “M at the beach.” Haha  It just so happens that both of the grandmother’s names start with M.50 Is Not Old | Grandmother

My youngest son tried to tease me when his little girl was born. He would call me all kind of names that he thought sounded “old.” I told him that he did not bother me at all. I didn’t care what she called me, just as long as she called. So, eventually he gave up and started calling me nana, since that was what the other grandchildren called me.50 Is Not Old | Grandmother

One day I was babysitting for the little monkey, and I was feeding her. She was sitting in the high chair at my back patio door. I stepped out the door to let Beckley (my Yorkie) back in, and she thought I was leaving. She screamed, “Nee Nee!” From that day on, I was NeeNee. Well, occasionally it is NaaNaa, when she has her southern drawl going. It is funny how they will decide what your name will be.50 Is Not Old | Grandmother

Now, let’s talk fashion. I am trying not to wear my spring outfits yet, but this vest was just staring at me this morning and begging to be worn. So I compromised and wore it with a pair of faux suede leggings. Spring is a strange time of the year, weather wise. You had better be prepared for temperature fluctuations. Here is Virginia, it can rain, sleet, snow, and the sun shine all in one day. The temperatures have been known to change 30 to 40 degrees all in a single day. So in the spring, I like to wear long sleeves, or a jacket. I am cold natured, and am always cold. If I get hot, I can always shed a layer. This long sleeve paisley vest is one that I bought a couple years age at DressBarn. I had already paid for my purchases, but spotted this as I left the store. Of course I turned around and bought the vest and the matching long sleeve t-shirt. You can wear the vest tied or let the tails hang down in front. Here and here are a couple cute vests. And here is a basic long sleeve t-shirt in ALL kinds of colors. If you can’t find a color you like there, then you are too picky. Haha  The faux suede leggings were from Cato’, but they are no longer available. They are super soft and I like the feel of them. I found myself rubbing my leg all throughout the day. Lol! Here is a pair that looks identical to mine. I wore these before, and here is how I styled them. Which way do you like best?

Now for the jewelry. Everything except my Michael Kors watch, is by Chloe & Isabel. I was first introduced to Chloe & Isabel this past fall when I won a giveaway. I won an Atlas three-row necklace, and I have worn that thing ever since. I absolutely love it! So, the other day, I decided to sign up as a stylist. I have never done this kind of thing before, so that is saying something about how I feel about this jewelry. Anyway, the necklace, the matching earrings, and the multi-wrap bracelet, I have on came in my introductory kit. Their jewelry is backed by a life-time guarantee, hypoallergenic, lead safe, and nickel-free. If you are ever interested in having an online trunk party, let me know and I can set you up. That is the easiest way to earn FREE merchandise. I like free!!!50 Is Not Old | GrandmotherThis cobalt blue tote was one that I bought at either TJ Maxx, Ross’s or Marshall’s. I forget where it came from. Hahaha I am going with the reason that I forgot, is that I have a lot of clothing, and not that my memory is bad. Here is a similar one that is REVERSIBLE.

Are you a grandmother? What are you called? Does being called “Granny” make you any older? If you are a grandmother, then what is your name?

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85 Responses
  • Annie
    February 25, 2016

    I also have 4 grandchildren and they call me MawMaw. I wanted to be called Grammy. I always thought Grammy Annie sounded fun but of course they had other ideas. I always tell my friends I LOVE being a MawMaw I just don’t want to look like one.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Grammy Annie does sound like fun. I wanted to be called Nana Tana. I’m with you, I just don’t want to look like a grandma. Haha

    • Julie
      March 17, 2016

      I have 8 grandchildren, and half call me Grammy, the others Grandma! I love Grammy the best, but whatever they feel comfortable with. My southern grandkids wanted to call me Meemaw, but my Michigan born and raised son put the keibash on that, Lol!

  • Suzyq
    February 25, 2016

    Hi Tania
    I am Nanny Suesue to my 4 grandchildren (soon to be 5!!!) and I love that. I do smile though when my grandsons sometimes call my husband Poppy Suesue!! My girlfriend is called Gramma which is great but I think the best one is one I heard just the other day. Glamma! I’m sure you could wear that title well. If I was just getting my first grandchild that’s what I would choose!!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I had read the “Glam ma” name. I thought that was very clever! I wasn’t smart enough to think of that way back then.

  • Tania
    February 25, 2016

    Hi Tania!!
    Hope all is well. Been enjoying your styles 😊
    Well not only do we share a name, we also share a nickname, too funny!
    I’m not a grandma yet but when my nephew was younger when he’d say my name it came out as Nana so since then I’m Nana to some family and friends. I love it! I’m thinking that’s what my grandkids will call me too 👍🏽
    Take care.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Great to hear from you again, Tania! You may be Nana now, but you never know what those crazy grandchildren will say. Haha

  • Angela
    February 25, 2016

    I am a Mimi and my two best friends are also Mimi’s.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I can just see all three heads turning when someone yells, “Mimi” 😂

  • Pam@over50feeling40
    February 25, 2016

    The scarf top is a nice piece, Tania and you styled it well! My grandsons call me GiGI…no grandma here! Have a great day!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I like GiGi, Pam. I think that sounds fun.

  • Linda
    February 25, 2016

    I am nana Linda to my 4 grandchildren and my husband is pops. I always called my grandparents Nanny & Pappy. Those leggings are great! The vest is beautiful! Love your style!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Thanks Linda! My grand babies call my husband Pa, or Pa Joe. His daddy was always Poppa Joe.

  • Sheryl
    February 25, 2016

    Love that second best that
    you recommended (maybe I should say featured.) I ordered it right away, can’t beat a colorful addition to my wardrobe, for only$17.98😄

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      That’s exactly what I thought Sheryl. I couldn’t believe the price, and it looks like such fun. I hope you enjoy it!

  • Kendra
    February 25, 2016

    I would love for you to do a “how to wear jewelry” series! I have matching earrings, bracelet and necklace sets and know you aren’t “supposed” to wear them together. So how do you wear them? Also, when is the best time to wear different necklace lengths? And you are so good at stacking bracelets and necklaces! How do you know which ones together? Thanks!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      That sounds like a great idea Kendra. I just ordered in a lot of jewelry for the girls at work, so we it all comes it I will try to see about do a post with everything. But, I don’t even think about what I am doing, I just put something on till I am satisfied. Hahaha

  • Michele
    February 25, 2016

    No grandchildren yet for me but my son called his 2 grandmothers grandma. Not very original but that’s what I called mine!! Here in Florida our weather is crazy too this time of year. Earlier this week it was in the 80s (too warm this early), a rain day then low 60s today and thru early next week (40s overnight). Nothing like you have to deal with but I’m happy for the cooler weather because soon we’ll be facing hot/humid so I try to relish these days to wear our winter clothes! Layer, layer, layer – that’s what I do. Now to your outfit – love it. The color combo is fabulous. The layers look great and well accessorized. Yummy colored tote. I really like reading what you share daily. Have a blessed day.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Michele, the weather is crazy here. It was almost in the 60’s yesterday, and now it is snowing.😜

  • Sheryl
    February 25, 2016

    Love reading your blog daily!! My one and only precious grandson calls me “GaGa” he came up with that on his own. I wasn’t crazy about it in the beginning, but now I am just thankful I have a healthy grandson that loves me, he can call me what ever he wants!!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I’m with you Sheryl. As long as they are healthy!

  • Connie
    February 25, 2016

    I am GeeGee. Told it was for glamorous grandmother since I work in the beauty industry. I think it was initially suppose to be G.G. but they adapted it on gifts to this spelling. Truthfully, I am with you they could call me dirt and I would answer! I love all three of my grand babies and while we are sharing got to brag. I saw my youngest one walk yesterday for the first time! What a joy they are. Sorry my bragging takes over. Love your outfit and I want to research your jewelry. I have a hard time with jewelry turning green on me. Maybe nickel free is the way to go? Enjoy your work day. Your styling is adventurous. Vests are so versatile.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Haha! Dirt!!! That would be hard to explain to passerby’s. hahaha Congratulations to the youngest! It is time to start putting everything up, though. Now there will be no stopping them.

  • Tina
    February 25, 2016

    Goodmorning Tania
    I love reading your blog and you always look so darn cute!
    I am also a granny to 3 beautiful granddaughters. At one time I was a Ginny until granny came out with maturing speech 😊

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      That’s funny, Tina. I wonder if I will stay Nana and NeeNee, or if that will change over time. It really doesn’t matter, they can call me “dirt” like Connie said. Hahaha

  • Kathy
    February 25, 2016

    I am Mawmaw and feel so blessed to have this title. Our oldest two grandsons are adopted. My oldest and her husband knew they couldn’t have biological children before they married. They arranged their whole life and future around the goal of adoption. It was an amazing process to watch them make carreer choices, living choices, financial decisions and everything else with the ultimate goal of being a mom and dad. They adopted the two boys together years ago and jumped into parent hood full throttle.
    I now have a third grandson by my youngest daughter. Mawmawhood is an exciting journey. I read your blog, follow your clothing lead, and off I go to a jujitsu match or peewee basketball game.
    Most days I can dig around in my closet and find something at least a little similar to what you are wearing, but not today. I need to shop. I love the vest and the rest of the outfit as well.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Mawmawhood is exciting!!! I love getting to see games and practice’s when I travel to Tennessee. I am hoping to see a ballet recital this spring. That is one of the problems with living so far away:(

  • Susan
    February 25, 2016

    I will turn 50 in April of this year and I am a Nana to 3 granddaughters with a grandson on the way. Of course, the oldest is 2 so the name could change at any moment when they all begin to talk!
    Love the outfit this morning!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I love that stage when they start talking. It is always so funny trying to figure out what they just said. Hahaha

  • Nancy
    February 25, 2016

    Hi Tania,
    I have enjoyed reading your blog, and meeting your BFF’s, Looks like you really have a blast together!
    I have 2 grand-babies who call me Grancy…( Grandma Nancy), for a while my youngest would call me Cee-Cee because she couldn’t say Grancy.
    Their other Grandmother they call her Lola because she is from the Philippines, and that’s their culture and meaning of Grandmother.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Grancy is so unique! That is a wonderful name. And, thanks for telling us about Lola. I had never heard that.

  • Lucinda Oiler
    February 25, 2016

    Good Morning. I so enjoy your blog, as I am 50 also. Growing up I had a Grandma Ruth and a Plain Grandma. I addressed letters to her as Plain Grandma and also called her Plain Grandma. She was anything but plain, actually she was grand and the greatest grandma ever. One day I continued to ask my Mother to take me to Grandma’s house and she said, “Grandma Ruth’s or just plain Grandma’s (I guess we just called her Grandma up to this point) and it stuck…from there after Plain Grandma she was to my brother and I. My Mother is called Granny by my three children and their spouses. I have two wonderful granddaughters who call me Honey. Isn’t life just grand!!!!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      That is a fabulous story Lucinda. I think it always so interesting when the explanation comes out of a situation. Before you said why, I was sitting here thinking, “why plain?” Now it all makes sense. 😝😝

  • Shirley
    February 25, 2016

    our oldest son tried desperately to pronounce Grandma and Grandpa, but what ending up coming out was “Ma” and “Pa.” My mom loved it (she watched an old show with Ma & Pa Kettle???) and so they have always been called Ma and Pa by our two sons, now 18 and 21 years old. My husband’s mom wanted to be called Grammy, and his dad went with the normal Grandpa. Our sons were adorable on Grandparents Day at school when they had to introduce their two grandmas. They would say, “These are my two grandmas. I call this one Ma and this one Grammy.” The only woman they ever called Grandma was their great-Grandma Jones, who was MY Grandma Jones. Whew! After typing all that, I hope it’s not as confusing as I think it sounds! Tania, I love your outfit combinations! I tried valiantly to re-create your look yesterday but I did not have a cute sweater vest. I’m on the search for one! Your stories are awesome! Your blog is the first email I open every morning!

  • Missy
    February 25, 2016

    I love your outfit today! The colors are beautiful! I have four grandchildren and they call me “Bebe”. My son-in-law called me Mama B when he married our oldest daughter and I guess somewhere along the way it got shortened! I love my grandmother name and the grands tell me that none of their friends have a Bebe.

  • Sheri
    February 25, 2016

    I have 2 grand babies and 2 on the way. One due in March and 1 due in June. They call me “Grammon” That is the name my oldest grand daughter came up with. I wanted to be called Gramy but as long as they call me it doesn’t matter the name. Love being a “Grammon”.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Very cute, Sheri.

  • Jill Clemons
    February 25, 2016

    When we got our first grandchild the debate about what to call us began. I had a MawMaw and Pop and my husband had a Poppy. So he was easily named Poppy. Since my grandbaby already had a MawMaw I was forbidden to use that moniker. We started with Grammy…but my husband’s secretary always called me Jillie Beans. My husband and son-in-law thought that was a hoot. So I am now Beans or Beansie to 11 grandchildren, their friends and some of their friends parents. That’s fine with me because it’s the most precious name I hear.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      How nest, I love the unusual name.😍

  • Debra
    February 25, 2016

    You inspire me daily! I have been showing all my friends your blog. I have also changed my hair color to more highlights. (Not pink) Love my jeans and jewelry so bring on the style so this MiMi can look great! Anxiously waiting for your next post!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Thanks for sharing, Debra. We MiMi’s can be stylish!!!

  • Donna
    February 25, 2016

    I love your blog! Look forward to it everyday. I am called Nana,and it’s one of the best things I have ever been called. Nothing like grandkids!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I agree Donna. Live the grandbabies😘😘😘

  • Sallie
    February 25, 2016

    We have nine grandchildren! It makes for a busy, fun Christmas…so many giggles! They call call us Grandma Sallie and Grandpa Jim, but I always sign their cards and gifts with G&G. Saves a lot of time…ha! Love the bright, fun color of your top. I’m trying to ignore the blacks and grays in my closet and let those cute colorful items make an appearance. Keep styling and smiling.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Sallie, I am gearing up for spring! I am so over black & gray, it seems like that is all I wore.

  • Ana from Mrs. American Made
    February 25, 2016

    It’s funny how the kids actually make up names sometimes! Fun read. : ) Ana

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Thanks Ana.

  • Lori
    February 25, 2016

    LOVE your blog. I like the colors of the vest with the pants; just seems to “pop” color, so I prefer this outfit over the other..just me. I had 3 grandmothers..and they were Grandma, Granny, and Great-Granny Annie…lol
    My two grandsons have 5 grandmothers, so talk about confusing. So they have Grandma, Gammy, GiGi, and Ba Ngoai (pronounced bough-why; she is Vietnamese). I am Nana and melt every time I hear it..but little one (2 yrs) has called me NeeNee several times so will see if that sticks.
    I have a friend who is called “Lolly” and her husband is “Pops”…how cute is THAT??
    Have a GREAT day!!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I just got it! Lolly and pops. 😝

  • Martha
    February 25, 2016

    I had a Granny and a Grandma — My mother was Grandmom — I’m Nana — my husband had a Mamie and an Awmaw — my granddaughters call their other grandmothers “Gram” and “Mimi” — my husband was going to be “Big Daddy”, but that became “Poppa Daddy”

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I know a big daddy too, but he has no grandchildren. Haha

  • Linda Luka
    February 25, 2016

    My only grandson calls us Oma (oh-ma) & Opa (oh-pa) which is German. We chose those names so both grandparents would have distinct names. Turns out through DNA testing that I’m not so much German, but 35% Great Britain & 29% Irish. I should have used Mumsy! I always enjoy your posts everyday & look forward to all your fashion. I’m 63.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Mummy would have been perfect!

  • Kristie
    February 25, 2016

    New to your blog and love it! you have great style! I have no grand children, however my sister does they call her “Glammy” because she is young and glamourous! lol I clicked on you link to when you wore the suede type legging before (with your long suede coat) from QVC! I bought one years ago was just a tan color, hung in my closet for years, just recently purged my closet, I let it go!!! Had I know how to style it “fresh” again I would have kept it!! :(.. your style is fresh!!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      That’s what my closet is busting at the seams. I hate getting rid of anything!

  • Julie
    February 25, 2016

    I am called Mimi. One of my best friends is called Bubbles by all of her grandchildren.
    I called one grandmother, Grandma, and my other we called Memere. It’s french for grandma. She was from France, so it certainly fit! My cousins who all live in New England are all also called Memere. They all have French names too boot!

  • Julie
    February 25, 2016

    I am called Mimi. One of my best friends is called Bubbles by all of her grandchildren.
    I called one grandmother, Grandma, and my other we called Memere. It’s french for grandma. She was from France, so it certainly fit! My cousins who all live in New England are all also called Memere. They all have French names too!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      I am loving all the different names💗💓💖💕

  • Julie
    February 25, 2016

    Oh! I forgot to comment on your outfit. It truly is my favorite outfit that you’ve styled. Very cute, and chic!

  • Kim
    February 25, 2016

    I don’t know of anyone (personally) that goes by MawMaw or Granny here in Michigan. I have always thought that was more common in the south. I think that Lovie is very cute, but hadn’t heard of it yet when we were deciding what term of endearment I would be called. I am lovingly refered to as Grammy, and my husband is Papa.

    Cute story though regarding my mother in law’s “name” by her Great Grandchildren. When my grandson was young, we went on a family camping trip and at a 9 months old we were having a difficult time getting him to sleep one night. My MIL volunteered to walk around with him and while she was doing so, she was humming and muttering in a sing-song voice “lalalala”. Anyway, from that time on, whenever he saw her, he would say “lala” and point at her. Thus the name she is called by pretty much all of us now in the family “Grandma LaLa”. I love it!!!!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      That is an adorable story😍

  • Lori
    February 25, 2016

    I’m not a grandma but I have 2 wonderful nieces though!! Love your outfits. You’re always an inspiration for me for what to wear! I live in Texas and the weather is like Virginia – it’s been known to be 30 one day & 75 the next!!! Thanks for the posts. I really enjoy reading yours!

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Lori, it really makes it hard to dress!

  • Karen Ward
    February 25, 2016

    I am called Gigi. My stepson’s little boy was born October 4, 2013. My son called to tell me that his girlfriend was pregnant BEFORE he told his mother. I told him I had dibs on Mimi but when he told his mom, she said she wanted to be called Mimi. Since she was the “blood” grandmother, I let her have it without a fuss and settled for Gigi. I’m called by several names – Karen, KK, Kakes, etc – but now, Gigi is my most FAVORITE name. I love hearing my sweet boy’s little voice saying “hey Gigi!!”.

    • Tania
      February 25, 2016

      Awww, how sweet!

  • Cindy J.
    February 25, 2016

    My grand kids in California call me Grandma or Gram and my grandchildren here in PA call me Mimi. I never had a grandmother – my mom’s mother left when she was young and my dad’s mother died when he was 19. It has been a great joy being a grandma and the best part is that I can send them back to their parents and then take a nap! LOL! Btw, love your outfit today!

  • Karen
    February 25, 2016

    I have 2 grand babies (and only 1 is talking so far! 🙂 ) and she calls me Mamaw. That is what I called my grandmother. I remember before Bella was born I was talking with my friend about what I would be called and she said the same thing someone said earlier… they can call you dirt as long as they call you… and I thought, How true!!!! Although I do like Mamaw better :). My girls call my mom grandma. I LOVE your blog and am so glad I found it!!!!!

  • Lori
    February 25, 2016

    I am not a grandma yet but I will definitely want to be called Nana. I only knew one of my grandmothers and that is what we called her. Precious memories! Also, I love your outfit. The colors in the vest match so well with your top…such a fashionista! 😜

  • Cindy
    February 25, 2016

    I am the proud grandma to five beautiful grandchildren. They call me “grandma from the lake” since we have a lake cabin we all enjoy together. They call their grandmas on the in-law side “grandma from the farm” and “grandma from the ranch” since one has a farm and the other a ranch. Love all of those little ones to pieces. They are such an amazing gift.

  • Deb
    February 25, 2016

    We were posted overseas in Africa when my first grandson started to get to the age to join us on Skype. My son would always call me “African Grandma” which was okay, but I didn’t want to get stuck with that moniker as we would not always be living in Africa! The next best grandma name for him “GoGo” which means Grandmother in SiSwati, national language of Swaziland, Africa. Who know how long that will last…

  • Jo-Lynne Shane
    February 26, 2016

    My kids call my mom Grammie and my husbands mom Nana. I love both. 🙂

    That vest is GORG!!!

  • Robin Hall-ALion
    February 26, 2016

    I am 56 with 4 wonderful grandchildren, 2 beautifully sweet little girls (Lily 6, Eve 15 mnths) and 2 handsome handful grandsons (Levi 4 & Josiah 1). I am their Granna .

  • Melesa Garrison
    February 26, 2016

    Tania,
    I just found your blog through WIWW. Not only do I think you are a very pretty lady with loads of self confidence, but I love to read your stories. You have some great subject starters! I have two daughters and they both have 3 kids. I married a man that has two boys and two adopted daughters. All together, we have 18 grands. I’m 53 and have 18 grands…I know, I’m bragging 😉 I never had grandparents so it is so much fun to be a Nani, pronounced Nawnee. Being a Nani is the best gift ever!

  • vntagerose
    February 28, 2016

    Love your outfit! I was supposed to be MiMi, but it turned out NeNe. So NeNe it is!

  • Sheree Ozier
    February 29, 2016

    Playing catch up this week on your blogs, and loving every one. I have 2 grands, and I’m Lovey! It’s Wuvey right
    now to my 2 year old sweetie pie! So who knows if that’ll stick? Either way being a Gran is Awesome!
    Love this outfit today! Btw! Now on to the next days!

  • Linda
    March 3, 2016

    I am not a grandma yet. My oldest daughter is getting married next month. She has already decided, when she has kids, I will be GG

  • krsweet69
    March 7, 2016

    I love all of your outfits. I am active duty Army and do not get to wore nice clothes that often. I usually hang out in my pjs unless I am going out and about. I am turning 47 this June and trying to figure out why I can wore and what I shouldn’t wear.
    I am a grandmother of 2 and they call me Memaw. They are in West Virginia and that seems to be popular there, regardless I love them and their little accents, 🙂

  • Linda Jones
    May 15, 2016

    I have 2 grandchildren … They call me “Hunni”! ❤️ them so much!!

    • Tania
      May 15, 2016

      That is an adorable nickname😊

  • Stacy
    May 15, 2016

    I have three grandchildren and they call me “honey”. I love my grandmother name and my grandkids are jut too precious!

  • Mummabstylish Mummabstylish
    May 20, 2016

    You look great in this outfit, Love all the colours together. I’m Nannie Jac btw, just love being called Nannie by my princess. Pop over and see my blog if you get a chance, great to link up..x
    http://www.mummabstylish.com

  • Reba Harris
    June 4, 2016

    My daughter in law has always called me Mamma Reba. That was what my grandson knew me as. Love ut, the 1st thing he called me was Mommy. Then he got Momma. Now I have become Rubba. I always wanted a child given name. I’m keeping it!

    • Tania
      June 4, 2016

      I like that name. It is original, and only for you. How sweet.

  • Terri
    July 9, 2016

    My step-daughter calls her grandmothers Grandma White Hair and Grandma Black Hair for obvious reasons. Her own little boy calls his Daddy’s mother Grand Marie. That was what she wanted to be called.

  • Deb Forte
    December 18, 2016

    i am soon to be my kids friends always called me miss debbie thought about continuing that name or glammy thought??

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